January 22, 2017 — Recap and Wrap-up

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This weekend, over 30 members of IGDC documented the events in our city. Over the past two days, they shared photos each day which presented a non-partisan portrait of our city during this historic weekend. Today’s post is a highlight reel and wrap-up of the weekend. We are proud to support our community in this effort and hope you enjoyed the perspective.

Just a note about current events: IGDC, as a collective, has no political affiliation and doesn’t endorse any opinions which are expressed in the photos we choose to feature.

@jabber_walking
@jabber_walking

Jabber_Walking’s Instagram.


@kareneramsey
National Mall, Women’s March January 21, 2017
Hear Me Roar!
@kareneramsey
National Mall, Women’s March, January 21, 2017
Oh Hell Nyet
@kareneramsey
National Mall, Women’s March, January 21, 2017
Be One Anyway
@kareneramsey
National Mall, Women’s March, January 21, 2017
Same, Same

Kareneramsey’s Instagram.


@vpickering
National Guard doing a great job / Victoria Pickering
@vpickering
Police on Pennsylvania Avenue / Victoria Pickering
@vpickering
Signs at Trump Hotel / Victoria Pickering

Vpickering’s Instagram.


@Korofina
National Mall
Louis Mendes – Portrait
@Korofina
Newseum
“Thank you Obama!”
@Korofina

Korofina’s Instagram.


@dwissman
On Constitution Ave.
RESIST
@dwissman
On Constitution Ave.
Any means necessary

 

@dwissman
On the Mall
Expect resistance

Dwissman’s Instagram.


@e_christine13
A quiet and calm Q and A at the White House on Sunday.
@e_christine13
“We were here.” Visitors document the wall of signs left in front of the White House from the Women’ March on Washington
@e_christine13
National Parks Services hauls away literal truck-fulls of signs left on the fence spanning the block from the Treasury Building, the White House, and the Eisenhower Building.

E_christine13’s Instagram.


@flipflopcaravan
Judiciary Square
Peaceful sit-in – this is what democracy look like.
@flipflopcaravan
Shaw, DC
Making posters in advance of the Women’s March.
@flipflopcaravan
A new banner for hope.

Flipflopcaravan’s Instagram.


@tappety
White House Ellipse
Voices contribute to echo throughout the city.

Tappety’s Instagram.


@thisisjamesj
Pennsylvania Ave NW
Just Women
@thisisjamesj
The Heritage Foundation
No shortage of opinions in town this weekend.
@thisisjamesj
The Supreme Court
I’m not sure which side of the argument this sign supports.
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